Intergovernmental bilateral cooperation between Serbia and Spain is at a very high level, Ivica Dacic and his Spanish hosts have agreed.
Serbia’s acting PM and foreign minister was on Thursday on a one-day working visit to Spain, where he was received by President of the Congress of Deputies of the Spanish Parliament Ana Pastor, and Spanish Foreign Minister Alfonso Dastis.
According to the Serbian government, the officials said that there is full compliance in the positions of the two countries regarding the respect for the principles of international law and territorial integrity of states, and that excellent political relations give impetus to the improved development of economic, educational and cultural cooperation.
During the talks with senior Spanish officials it was estimated that the support of this country to the process of Serbia’s European integration is “essential to our success on that path.”
In his talks with Pastor, Dacic “underlined the importance of developing parliamentary cooperation,” while during the meeting with Dastis they “exchanged opinions on all political, economic, security, bilateral and multilateral issues of importance to both countries.”